Local Community Adds Flair to Gisborne’s Gymnastics Competition

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Putting on a gymnastics competition is no small feat—it can often double as a club fundraiser and involves a lot of time and resource—so Gisborne Gymnastics club reached out to their local community to help with their women’s artistic endorsed event held 4-5 May. Newly appointed Gisborne Gymnastics Club manager Emma Lister has no issues with picking up the phone … Read More

Gymnastics Coach Sentencing in Blenheim

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Gymnastics New Zealand notes the sentence handed down to former Blenheim Gymnastics Club member Gregory Pask at the Blenheim District Court on Wednesday 17 April. Gymnastics NZ would like to thank the Police for their work to secure the conviction of this offender and secure a sentence that ensures he no longer poses a threat to society. As we have … Read More

Exciting new beginnings for Gore Gymnastics Club

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A couple of new beginnings this year for Gore Gymnastics Club with a permanent gymnastics space and full transition to the GNZ Gym for All (GfA) apparatus programme. Their new home now at The Base, is ideally located with two other health and fitness businesses – a fitness gym and osteopath and massage specialists. “Our new permanent set up not … Read More

Gymnasts land on new rules for bras and shorts

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Suzanne from the LockerRoom dug a bit deeper into our new competition attire regulations, which included chatting to one of our athlete advisors, a Massey University study, and seeing what other sports are doing. Read the article here.

Our new charity partnership with Cystic Fibrosis NZ

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Did you know that gymnastics (especially trampolining) is a great treatment for people with Cystic Fibrosis? With this in mind, we are pleased to announce Cystic Fibrosis New Zealand (CFNZ) as our new charity partner. Cystic fibrosis is a progressive, lifelong, and life shortening genetic condition that has no cure. It causes the body to produce mucus that damages the … Read More

Our Relationship Managers – who are they and what do they do?

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As we welcome Anna to her new South Island role, we thought we would share with you all the crucial roles that our relationship managers (RMs) play in the organisation and our gymnastics community. The RM team is comprised of five regional relationship managers based throughout the country, led by Team Manager Megan Russell. They provide a direct connection between … Read More

Meet Your Athlete Advisors

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Our athlete advisors sit on each of our sport technical committees and are responsible for ensuring that the voice and input of current and former athletes is included in areas of training, coaching, performance, and athlete wellbeing. Find out more about each of them below. Aerobics – Jennifer GroomJen competed in aerobics from 7 – 21 years old, representing NZ … Read More

Athletes Continue Their Quest for Paris 2024

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The coming weeks sees our top athletes head back to the northern hemisphere in their continued quest for a spot at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. In artistic, we have four men and five women who have two more chances to qualify quota spots. The athletes currently on the qualification pathway are Men’s artistic Women’s artistic For rhythmic we now … Read More

New Gymnastics NZ Complaints Policy

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We are pleased to announce the launch of the revamped Gymnastics NZ complaints policy, with the aim of streamlining the management of complaints and concerns within the gymnastics community. A key project as part of the ‘Shaping the Future of Gymnastics in Aotearoa’ workplan, the new policy is based on feedback from the gymnastics community and is designed to help … Read More